The Ten Promised Paradise

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Imam Ibn al-Jawzi رحمه الله

Alah, the Most High, Said "Nict equal are those of you who spent (in the way of Al and fought before the victory (in Makkah) They are far greater in rank than those who spent and fought afterwards. Yet Allah has promised wach each a a fine reward 157.10

While the Companions of the Prophet  were given glad tidings of Paradise in general, there are some promised Paradise individually as mentioned in the Hadith of Al Ashara Mubashans This term is used for as a designation for those t ten great Companions singled out by the Prophet ﷺ the privilege of being among the inhabitants of Paradise during their lifetime

This succinct work by Imam ibn al-Jawat recounts the lives of the Companions mentioned together in the well-known Prophetic narration found in Sunan al-Tarmidhi: "Abo Bakr is in Paradise. "Umar is in Paradise. "Uthman is in Paradise. All is in Paradise. Tallyah is in Paradise Al-Zubayr is in Paradise. Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Awf is in Paradise. Sa'd ibn Abi Waqalls is in

Paradise Sa'id ibn Zayd is in Paradise, and Abi 'Ubaydah ibn al-Jarrah is in Paradise"

The author focuses on these ten great personalities who owned towering courage, tenacity and ethics. They were sincerely committed to Allah and His Messenger  ( and for the supremacy of the Din he was sent with. They spread the divine Message to the farthest lands and in doing so, left a lasting impact upon those who came after them. He brings their anecdotes, biographical data and the major achievements they scored.

Their lives are truly spirited and powered by sheer patience and gratitude. And just as they etched triumph and achievement in the psyche of those around them, we hope this book will leave a pronounced sense of energy and drive on every reader to aspire from

The author, Ibn al-Jawat (d. 597 AH), was a learned scholar possessing extensive knowledge While still young, he became known as someone who was religious and given to learning He would not waste his time in idle activities and would scrupulously avoid any food whose source was doubtful. He was a great preacher and his fame was widespread, many people repented and accepted slam at his hands. He was also a prolific writer and authored over one thousand works encompassing a multitude of Islamic disciplines and sciences

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